Storytelling & lipsync cabaret collide in a queer coming-of-age comedy being toured to Midlands venues this spring by a Birmingham-based theatre company.
Quick Duck Theatre’s Yours Sincerely takes a look at the complications of 21st-century communication.
The show was originally produced and developed by Birmingham Repertory Theatre as part of its Foundry Artist Festival.
The year is 2017. Average graduate debt has hit £50,000, Kylie Minogue is making a comeback and Will Jackson has accidentally stolen 300 second-class stamps from the post office. But he's making them count. He's going to write letters. From reconnecting with old friends and ex-boyfriends to run-ins with the marketing department at John Lewis, stamp collecting has never looked so sexy...
Yours Sincerely is visiting numerous venues across the region in the forthcoming weeks. To find out more, check out Quick Duck Theatre on Twitter.
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